So i still have the lovely Rodney in foster with me. Both our dogs are 30kg plus, you can't miss them really. Indy has never been great on the lead, she will happily trot along with you, but if she sees/smells something she wants to go and see, you've got to dig your heels in!! But i'm happy i can deal with this, she's still young and still needs some training and experiences. Rodney is packing a few more pounds than Indy, i guess he has never been socialised properly because he does what Indy does, but on a greater scale. This morning he went hedge diving (i nearly went hedge diving too!), god knows what was in this giant hedge, but it was like something off Jurrassic park, i could hear noises and see a giant wobbling hedge, no dog though!! Other dogs cause him to charge - unfortunately it eggs Indy on too Hang on.. where was i going with this... Oh yep... ok so in essence, walkies are awesome, so long as NOTHING is around (including hedges). It's getting a little tiresome/embarassing/ occasionally painful... I would never want to let Rodney go back to the rescue because i had just given up trying to help him, i want to work this through until he gets a home. So does anyone own some larger dogs who need a firm hand and can struggle to keep control in some situations, or anyone who has sorted this sort of situation out?